While there is better access to a quality life, let us not forget the sacrificies that made our freedom possible and pretend there's no more to do.
South Africa requires the same levels of wisdom, insight, passion and leadership it had 20 years ago in order to complete the transformation.
Twenty-four years after Nelson Mandela was freed from prison, Zelda le Grange remembers what he taught her - with freedom comes responsibility.
The ruling party failed to reshape the economy and govern effectively in our developmental state.
General Constand Viljoen says Afrikaners need to establish a political bloc to survive ANC majoritarianism.
Dan Roodt and other Afrikaner have activists recently launched a new political platform, which aims to fight for Afrikaner self-determination.
This is what M&G readers said on Twitter about what freedom means to them.
The Inkatha Freedom Party prepared a generation of young people to become active participants in a liberated South Africa.
PAC leader Clarence Makwetu says South Africa has yet to achieve economic and political freedom.
'After Freedom: The Rise of the Post-Apartheid Generation in Democratic South Africa' looks at how hard it is for most of SA to find employment.
Our journey to freedom continues: 20 years after democracy, those who can’t read or write are locked in a sinister struggle.
Immigrants to South Africa still face an uphill battle, but their neighbours seem happy to live and let live.
Gertrude Shope and her daughter Lyndall Shope-Mafole have taken different routes to meet South Africa's challenges.
The Nkandla scandal and the Marikana massacre are the lowest points of South Africa's democracy yet.
It is also important to stress that April 27 did not constitute the victory of some South Africans over others, as it is often presented now.
Nelson Mandela's departure from office was a blow from which the commission never recovered.
We stand together as one nation – and together we will prosper, says President Jacob Zuma.
Ashley Kriel's sisters appreciate what freedom has delivered, but feel there should be more
Two families recall the harrowing times when peace in KwaZulu-Natal was little more than a pipe dream.